Qualcomm has been launching chip after chip with 5G support, and the company is back with another. The new Snapdragon 750G is built to deliver higher-end features and faster performance compared to the previous-generation Snapdragon 730G, and should make its way to the so-called “premium midtier” phones in the next year.
According to Qualcomm, there have been 275 device models built on 7-series chipsets, and 140 of those have been 5G designs. And that’s only going to go up, as it’s likely that most, if not all, of Qualcomm’s future chipsets in the 7-series will support 5G. The Snapdragon 765 (and 765G) has already proven to be a great choice for $400-700 phones this year.
“We continue to see great traction with our high-tier Snapdragon 7-series 5G mobile platforms,” said Kedar Kondap, vice president of product management at Qualcomm, in a statement.“As we continue to build out this relatively new